byBamberger, Robert; Brylawski, Samuel; National Recording Preservation Board (U.S.)
CLIR publication no. 148, commissioned for and sponsored by the National Recording Preservation Board of the Library of Congress.CONTENTSSound recording collections : an overview of preservation and public access in the twenty-first centuryTechnical issues in digital audio preservationDevelopment of curricula in recorded sound preservation and archives managementPreservation, access, and copyright : a tangled webAppendix A. National recorded sound preservation study : announcement of study... Topics: CLIR publication, Sound recordings -- Digitization -- United States, Digital preservation -- United...
byBesek, June M; National Recording Preservation Board (U.S.)
CLIR publication no. 135, commissioned for and sponsored by the National Recording Preservation Board of the Library of Congress. "This report addresses the question of what libraries and archives are legally empowered to do to preserve and make accessible for research their holdings of pre-1972 commercial recordings, the large aural legacy that is not protected by federal copyright. As the first in-depth analysis by a nationally known expert in copyright law, this report will also be a... Topics: OTR, CLIR publication, Sound recordings -- Digitization -- Law and legislation -- United States,...
byGreat Britain. Challenger Office; Thomson, C. Wyville (Charles Wyville), Sir, 1830-1882; Murray, John, Sir, 1841-1914; Nares, George S. (George Strong), 1831-1915; Thomson, Frank Tourle
Title varies slightly: Zoology v. 1-3 ... under the command of Capain George S. Nares ... and Captain Frank Tourle Thomson, R.N. Prepared under the superintendence of Sir Wyvill Thomson.--Title of summary: Report ... during the years 1872-76 Topics: Challenger Expedition, 1872-1876, Ocean, Marine animals
byJaszi, Peter; Lewis, Nicholas B; Washington College of Law. Program on Information Justice and Intellectual Property; National Recording Preservation Board (U.S.)
CLIR pub 146. Commissioned for and sponsored by the National Recording Preservation Board, Library of Congress. "This is the third of three studies of copyright and sound recordings commissioned by the National Recording Preservation Board (NRPB) in support of the congressionally mandated study of the state of audio preservation in the United States. All three studies have focused on how laws pertaining to sound recordings made before 1972 affect preservation of and access to audio... Topics: CLIR pub, Copyright, Fair use (Copyright) -- United States -- States, Copyright -- Sound recordings...
The Epic Closing Arguments of Hugh M. Dorsey, August 22, 23 and 25, 1913. Leo Frank murder trial closing arguments by Hugh Manson Dorsey are published under the title, ARGUMENT OF HUGH M. DORSEY, Solicitor-General, Atlanta Judicial Circuit, AT THE TRIAL OF LEO M. FRANK, Charged with the murder of Mary Phagan. This fascinating 146 page book was produced by Nicholas Christophulos, published at 411 Third Street, Macon, Georgia (GA) in 1914, through the Press of THE JOHNSON-DALLIS Co., Atlanta,... ( 5 reviews ) Topics: Leo Frank, Leo M. Frank, Leo Max Frank, Hugh Dorsey, Mary Phagan, Tom Watson, 1913, 1914, 1915,...
In the present paper, a subclass of analytic and univalent function is defined by Al-Oboudi Operator and we have obtained among other results like, Coefficient estimates, Growth and distortion theorem, external properties for the classes Topics: Al-Oboudi Operator, Starlike Functions, Analytic Function, Univalent Function
byN. Durga Prasad Rao, M. V. S. Murali Krishna, B. Anjenaya Prasad & P. V. K. Murthy
Vegetable oils are promising substitutes for diesel fuel in the scenario of depletion of fossil fuels. Exhaust emissions and combustion characteristics at full load operation were determined with engine with ceramic coated low heat rejection (LHR) combustion chamber, with its significance characteristics of higher operating temperature, maximum heat release and ability to handle the lower calorific value fuel etc., with different operating conditions of rice brawn oil based biodiesel (ERBO)... Topics: Alternate Fuels for Diesel, Biodiesel, Low Heat Rejection, Exhaust Emissions and Combustion...
The booklet describes various theories to which a deep study of the problem of dividing a line segment in a given ratio leads. Considering this elementary and those related to it, the reader will make a short travel over some branches of mathematics come into contact with affine and projective geometry and the theory of groups, though in most cases without mentioning those names. The book is intended for pupils of the senior forms; in its main parts it can be easily grasped by pupils of the... Topics: mathematics, geometry, ratio, geometrical constructions, ceva's theorem, cross ratio, geometry,...
This booklet is intended for high-school students interested in mathematics. It is concerned with approximating real numbers by rational ones, which is one of the most captivating topics in arithmetic. â¦ Continued fractions represent one of the most perfect creations of 17-18th century mathematicians: Huygens, Euler, Lagrange, and Legendre. The properties of these fractions are really striking. The following should be borne in mind when reading this booklet. Topics easily understandable are... Topics: little mathematics library, mathematics, mir publishers, archimedes' number, archimedes' puzzle,...
CHAPTER 1 THE EVOLUTION OF THE WINELABEL 2 THE SILVER WINE-LABEL 3 BATTERSEA ENAMELS 4 SHEFFIELD PLATE $ THE CLASSIFICATION OF DESIGNS 6 ALPHABETICAL LIST OP NAMES 7 NOTES ON THE LESSER KNOWN WINES 8 BIBLIOGRAPHY Topics: Bottle ticket, Decanter label, Battersea enamels, Sheffield plate, Silver
byN. Muralimohan, T. Palanisamy & M. N. Vimaladevi
A preliminary investigation was carried out for the feasible use of blended coagulants to the treatment of textile waste water. In this paper, natural coagulant Moringa oleifera and Chemical Coagulant Alum of 10, 20, 40, 60 and 80 mL dosages were used. Floc formation in coagulation process had been studied in the laboratory scale to determine the optimum dosage of natural coagulants. Various proportions of MO: (Al2(SO4)3 like 0:0, 100:0, 90:10, 80:20, 70:30, 60:40, 50:50, 40:60, 30:70, 20:80,... Topics: Alum, Floc, Jar Test, Moringa oliefera, Textile Waste Water
Water is one of the most important and basic natural resources. Water resources globally are gradually getting contaminated by the addition of foreign materials from the surroundings. These include organic matter of plant and animal origin, land surface washings besides industrial and sewage effluents. The addition of these materials not only influences the micro fauna of fresh water but also favours the development of a variety of new biota, rendering it unfit for human consumption. Unpolluted... Topics: DO, Physico-Chemical Parameters, Mathematical Model, Multiple Linear Regression (MLR), Nathsagar...
Encryption is one of the ways to ensure high security for real time applications. In advanced Encryption and data-hiding,Encryption is done only on primary part of image and remaining part is sent as a plain image for secure data communication .Achannel provider without the knowledge of a cryptographic key and original content may tend to reduce the data amount due to thelimited channel resource. After encoding and on compression of encrypted data into a down sampled sub image and several data... Topics: Encryption, Cryptographic key, Bit-streams, Hadamard transform
Differential and Integral Calculus by N. Piskunov This text is designed as a course of mathematics for higher technical schools. It contains many worked examples that illustrate the theoretical material and serve as models for solving problems. The first two chapters "Number. Variable. Function" and "Limit. Continuity of a Function" have been made as short as possible. Some of the questions that are usually discussed in these chapters have been put in the third and... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: mathematics, calculus, integral, differential, mir publishers
byN. Rajkumar, P. Subha, R. Kavitha, N.K. Senthil KUmar
In this paper, we present a new data mining algorithm which involves Data mining for multi moving nodes in a adhoc computing environment and quest the mining results to develop multichannel data allocation schemes so as to improve the overall performance of a adhoc system. First, we propose an algorithm to capture the frequent multichannel user moving nodes from a set of log data in a mobile(adhoc) environment. The algorithm proposed is enhanced with the Data mining capability and is able to... Topics: Data mining, mobile computing, user moving patterns, data allocation scheme, mobile database, adhoc...
Precision machining of electrically non-conducting engineering ceramics and composites etc. is an immediate need of the present industries. For cutting these materials Traveling wire electrochemical discharge machining (TW-ECDM) process is a useful process. TW-ECDM which is a complex combination of ECM and wire-EDM, has a good application for machining advanced non-conducting ceramic materials like zirconia, alumina, silicon nitride, diamond, glass, ruby and composites like FRP etc. The present... Topics: TW-ECDM Cutting, Taguchi Method, Principle Component Analysis, Fiber Reinforced Composites, Multi...
Life Insurance is conceptual and intangible in its nature and it is not understood by majority of the Indian population. Attitude exploration plays a vital role in the segment of insurer, who usually knows that insurance is not bought and it has to be sold. There is a lot of gap among the attitudes of insurers and agents, which creates a lot of problems for agents and vice-versa. Understanding different segment people attitude is a very tough job indeed. There is a need of variety strategies... Topics: Attitude Exploration, Attitudinal Conflict, Life Insurance, Remedial Strategies, Agents,...
Free convection MHD flow of a viscous incompressible fluid flow through porous medium with mass and heat transfer past an infinite vertical plate in slip –flow regime in the presence of variable suction and periodic temperature and mass concentration has been studied. Assuming variable suction at the plate, approximate solutions are obtained for velocity, temperature, concentration, Nusselt number, Sherwood number and skin friction. The result of various material parameters are discussed on... Topics: Vertical Plate, Heat and Mass Transfer, Porous Medium, Slip-Flow Regime, Chemical Reaction, Free...
In order to evaluate whether high strength concrete with recycled aggregate can be applied for concrete structures, flexuralloading tests of reinforced recycled concrete members are to be carried out. The results of this test programme to study the use ofrecycled coarse aggregate in high strength 40 N/mm2 concrete are to be described. The recycled coarse aggregates are mainly producedfrom various concrete members of a building structure. The high strength concrete by using different percentage... Topics: High Strength Concrete, Flexural Strength, Recycled Aggregates, Finite Element Analysis, Linear...
This paper describes the optimum level of replacement for strength and workability of concrete for pavement by replacing different percentage of fly ash and steel slag by weight of cement and fine aggregate for a mix of M40 grade concrete. Hence the study is made on effect of fly ash and steel slag on the performance of various parameters of concrete so as to produce an economical concrete for rigid pavements. An experimental investigation has been made to utilize the achieved flexural strength... Topics: Concrete Road Pavements, Fly Ash, Steel Slag, Cost Effective
Anantapur district is having less forest area but with rich medicinal flora. Native people are having good expertise in effective use of medicinal plants. A survey was conducted to document the ethnobotanical knowledge of plants used in the treatment of kidney stones or urolithiasis. Valuable information about potential crude drug yielding plants was collected from local people, tribal people, herbalists, bare foot doctors and healers. Thirty one popular medicinal plant remedies used in the... Topics: Ethnobotanical, Traditional Knowledge, Herbal Plants, Renal Calculi, Urolithiasis, Anantapur...
Anantapur district is having the second lowest rainfall in the country, but with rich wild green biodiversity and traditional knowledge A wide range of wild species are used as edible plants. This traditional knowledge passed through generations, helps the rural people to maintain food security in their households. Majority of inhabitants take wild greens as a potential sources of alternative food to meet their essential nutritional requirements. Wild leaf vegetables are non cultivated,... Topics: Wild Greens, Biodiversity, Traditional Knowledge, Edible, Anantapur
The authors N. B. Vasilyev and V. L. Gutenmacher are professors of mathematics at Moscow University. N. B. Vasilyev works in the field of the application of mathematical methods to biology, while V. I. Gutenmacher works in the field of mathematical methods used in the analysis of economic models. In addition to their scientific work, they have both written many articles and books for high school and university students, and have worked with the Correspondence Mathematics School, which draws its... Topics: mathematics, curves, equations, fucntions, quadratic, maxima, minima, problems and solutions,...
This is a hand-transcribed copy of Wiener's 1942 text, since the only available copy is incredibly difficult to read and understand. Topics: Wiener, non-linear, noise, analysis, frequency response, electronic devices
The smart antenna is a technology and has been applied to the cellular and mobile communication system. It is a combination of multiple antenna elements with a signal processing capability to optimize its radiation, reception pattern automatically in response to the signal environment. Beam forming is the method used to create the radiation pattern of the antenna array by adding constructively the phases of the signals in the direction of the targets desired, and nulling the pattern of the... Topics: Smart antenna System, LMS, RLMS, Convergence Rate, MSE, DOA, Adoptive Beam
In this paper, a novel dual estimation methodology is developed for both time-varying parameters and states of a nonlinear stochastic system based on the Recursive Prediction Error (RPE) concept and Particle Filtering (PF) scheme. Our developed methodology in based on a parallel implementation of stateand parameter estimation filters as opposed to using a single filter for estimating the augmented states and parameters. The convergence and stability of our proposed dual estimation strategy are... Topics: Particle filter, parameter estimation, fault diagnosis, dual estimation
Lispe emdeni sp.n. is described from Western India. Two new synonyms are proposed: for Lispe angustipalpis Stein, 1920 (= Lispe fuscipalpis Malloch, 1929 syn.n.) and for Lispe scalaris Loew, 1847 (=Lispe persica Becker, 1904 syn.n.). A short review of several other Lispe species related to the above mentioned ones is given. A correction to the designation in previous article [Vikhrev, 2011a] is added. Topics: Lispe emdeni, Lispe scalaris, Lispe angustipalpis, Muscidae, Diptera, new species, new synonym
Two new synonyms of the Palaearctic flies of the family Sciomyzidae are established: Tetanura pallidiventris Fallen, 1820 = Tetanura fallenii Hendel, 1923, syn. n.; Sciomyza testacea Macquart, 1835 = Sciomyza sebezhica Przhiboro, 2001, syn. n. Topics: Diptera, Sciomyzidae, taxonomy, new synonymy
Two new species of the genus Coenosia Meigen are described from Russia: C. ozerovi sp. n. from the Caucasus (North Ossetia-Alania) and C. kosterini sp. n. from West Siberia (Omsk). Topics: Diptera, Muscidae, Coenosia, new species, Russia
New synonymy is proposed: Graphomya setifrons Vockeroth, 1972 = G. lehi Kurahashi et Shinonaga, 2009, syn. n. The reasons to regard G. minor Robineau-Desvoidy, 1830 as a synonym of G. maculata (Scopoli, 1763) are provided based on rich collection kept in the Zoological Museum of Moscow University. Topics: Diptera, Muscidae, Graphomya, taxonomy, new synonymy, Palaearctic and Oriental Regions
The world fauna of the genus Azelia is considered. Two new species, A. spinosa sp. nov. (from Serbia, southern European Russia and Kyrgyzstan) and A. unguigera sp. nov.(from N Vietnam) are described. Two new synonymies are proposed: Azelia cilipes Haliday, 1838 = Azelia aequa Stein,1920, syn. nov. and Azelia triquetra Wiedemann, 1817 = Azelia nuditibia Emden, 1965, syn. nov. Revised key for identification of Azelia species is offered. Distributions of the species of Azelia are specified. Topics: Diptera, Muscidae, Azelia, new species, new synonymies
A list of 27 species of the genus Thricops Rondani (Muscidae) from Russia is given, including two new species from the North Caucasus (Thricops tomkovichi Vikhrev, sp.n. and Thricops dawkinsi Vikhrev, sp.n.). Thricops bukowskii (Ringdahl, 1934), Thricops coquilletti (Malloch, 1920) and Thricops vaderi Savage, 2003 are newly recorded from Russia. Topics: Diptera, Muscidae, Thricops, Russia, fauna, new species